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24 days ago

Manager, Regulatory Affairs

Stryker Mahwah, NJ

• Review Quality System procedures for regulatory impact. • Remain current… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Finance

Stryker Mahwah, NJ

Support the business initiatives of the assigned Business Unit (e.g., Marketing, R&D, Recon Sales, Distribution, Manufacturing) by providing broad… TheLadders.com


17 days ago

Product Surveillance Manager

Stryker Fort Lauderdale, FL

• Manage day to day complaint handling and adverse event reporting process, to ensure complaints are appropriately handled, evaluated, and reported… TheLadders.com


15 days ago

Director of Global Supply Chain Planning

Stryker Fremont, CA

The Director of Global Supply Chain Planning leads a global supply team acting as a key liaison between the Neurovascular business and the global… Stryker


30+ days ago

Assistant Treasurer

Stryker Corporation Chicago, IL +4 locations

Stryker is currently seeding an Assistant Treasurer for their location in Kalamazoo, Mi. The Assistant Treasurer will be responsible for a wide… CareerBuilder


24 days ago

Sr. Software / Software Engineer - Testing

Stryker India

ROLES AND… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Associate Team Lead - Testing

Stryker India

ROLES AND… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Trauma - Territory Sales Manager - South Coast, South

Stryker Newbury, England

/Information: The Territory Sales Manager is responsible for driving sales in his/her sales territory, he /she is responsible for developing… Adzuna


15 hrs ago

Territory Sales Manager Spine, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire – new

Stryker Newbury, England

/Information: Selling /demonstrating medical equipment within the theatre and clinical environment Customer service / acquisition of new customers… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Regional Sales Manager - Spine

Stryker Newbury, England

/Information: The Job's Mission The Regional Sales Manager is responsible for the management of his/her sales district, the leadership of his/her… Adzuna


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    Stryker India - Not a great place to work

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Stryker full-time

    Pros

    Cool life, nice people because they come through Gallup, Good office, good food.

    Cons

    Styrker India has no defined roles. It just wants billing (money) from the divisions and keeps adding people as long as they can mint money for Styker India. Stryker India is not Innovative and do what they're asked to do. I've been to Stryker divisions in the US and have seen a total difference in office environment and Innovation spirit. There's no learning path defined and i agree with the other review on Stryker - You can die as a developer all your life and nobody would notice. The Finance policies are disgusting. They don't care to save employee's money through alternate means life Sodexo passes , employee commute, office cabs (which would save them parking cost also!) etc. Stryker India is alive just because it gets cheap manpower for other Stryker global divisions. Most of the management has no vision for Stryker India.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's great that we work closely for our divisions and that's why we came together as a Stryker proxy division. But we need to mature and do something great for Stryker as a whole. Our knowledge and proximity to Low cost market isn't leveraged. The management doesn't have vision and guts to do something. They just want to play in the tested waters. Be bold and have some vision for Stryker India. You're a medical device company's branch and being in India you've got no vision to create products for BRICS. People want to work on products from the scratch. We're not HCL, TCS and Satyam. I'm happy i got time to maintain work/ life balance but at the same time, I've not grown much as an individual. You need to respect your old employees and do things to recognize them.

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